Working with Lists

Working with Lists

Introduction

PowerPoint 2007 Lists Bulleted and numbered lists can be used in your presentation to arrange and format text on slides to draw emphasis to specific information. Lists also can often be easier for the audience to read than paragraphs of text on a slide. In this lesson, you will learn how to modify existing bullets, change bullet style, switch to a numbered list, remove bullets and numbers, and select symbols as bullets.

Working with lists

Some slide layouts include a content placeholder where you can add text or use graphical commands to insert tables, charts, SmartArt graphics, pictures, clip art, and media clips. On these slides, a bullet appears to the left of the placeholder text. If you choose to add text rather than use one of the graphical commands to insert an item, the text is formatted into a list by default.

List Placeholder Example

To insert text as a list in a content placeholder:

List Complete

The default bullet style and color is determined by the theme. The Urban theme has a different default bullet than the Apex theme.

Using bulleted lists

To select an alternate bullet style or switch to a bulleted list:

Bullets Command
Bullet Options

To change the bullet color:

Bullets Menu Option
Bullet Color

Using bulleted lists

To change the bullet size:

Bullet Size

To use a picture as a bullet:

Picture Bullet
Select Picture

Click Import to import your own picture and use it as a bullet.

To use a symbol as a bullet:

Select Font Drop-down

Using numbered lists

To select an alternate numbering style or switch to a numbered list:

Numbering Command
Number Option Menu

To change the number color:

Number Menu Option
Number Color

Using numbered lists

To change the number size:

Number Size

To set the number to begin the list:

First Number in List

To remove bulleted or numbered lists from text:

Challenge!

Use the Workshop presentation or any other PowerPoint presentation you choose to complete this challenge.